Follow-up on the Round Table Network Meeting in Berlin on 27.8.2014 on the subject of “Commissioning Management“

The event was hosted by Senior Official W. Feldt and Official I. Petermann.
The very interesting topic of the first Round Table Network Meeting was commissioning management, an aspect of project management that isn’t always addressed in time or to an adequate extent.
The Managing Partner of PROMA Ingenieurgesellschaft für Projektmanagement und Baubetreuung mbH BERLIN, Wilfried Lück, kicked off the event with a presentation that impressively reflected his extensive experience in various sectors and large-scale projects.
He used practical examples to provide an interesting overview of the main aspects of commissioning management such as technical documentation, test operation, staff training, project documentation etc.
In the following interesting, expert-level discussion with participants, he clearly explained how commissioning management isn’t just significant at the end of a project, but has to be planned and scheduled in the project’s early phases.
There was animated discussion between participants, who described scenarios in their day to day work, which showed that it was the right decision to choose a sub-issue relating to project implementation for this round table.
Afterwards everyone gave a round of spontaneous applause and thanked Wilfried Lück for his interesting and informative presentation.
Another thank you went to ENLITE MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING GmbH for providing the venue and facilities.
It was a very successful event that has raised the IAPM’s profile in the Berlin region. 


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